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Published by BMJ, Clinical Evidence is an international source of the best evidence for effective health care. Updated regularly, it contains information about more than 200 medical conditions and over 2000 treatments.
Source for summaries of drug information including drug interactions and alternative medicine; also disease information. Clinical checklists under disease provide recommendations based on the strength of evidence.
Founded by clinicians and researchers to provide evidence-based information about complementary and alternative therapies. Several different databases provide evidence-based information according to medical condition, food/herb/supplement, brand name, and more.
Updated quarterly, it includes The Cochrane Database of Systematic
Reviews (complete reviews as well as protocols of reviews in progress),
Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effectiveness (citations to other
systematic reviews produced outside of the Cochrane Collaboration), The
Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials, and The Cochrane
Database of Methodology Reviews (a bibliography of articles on the
science of research synthesis), Health Technology Assessment, and NHS
Economic Evauation Database.
The specialized search provided by this service has built-in search filters based on the findings of R.B. Haynes, et al. at McMaster University.
Searches can be limited to articles on therapy, diagnosis, etiology, or
prognosis, and can emphasize sensitivity or specificity.
In addition, clinicians can search for systematic reviews,
meta-analyses, reviews of clinical trials, evidence based medicine, and
more. There is also a specialized search function to find citations and
abstracts related to various topics in medical genetics.
The TRIP database began in 1997 with a purpose to allow health
professionals to easily find the highest-quality material available on
the web to help support evidence based practice. TRIP searches a wealth of online evidence resources simultaneously and links directly to results, saving time. Results are filtered and displayed by categories such as Evidence
Based Synopsis, Clinical Questions, Systematic Review or MEDLINE
articles.Photographic quality Medical Images and Patient Information brochures are available through TRIP.